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R. Naismith and J. Naylor,     New types and finds for Offa of Mercia’, 82 (2012), 210-14, 1 pl.
R. Naismith,   The coinage of Offa Revisited’, 80 (2010), 76-106, 2 pls.
M. M. Archibald & M. Dhénin,    ‘A Sceat of Offa of Mercia’, 74 (2004), 20-27, pl.
Lord Stewartby,   Ealdnod, a new moneyer for Offa’, 69 (1999), 199
E. Blunt and G. van der Meer,   ‘A new type for Offa’38 (1969), 182-83
E. Pagan,   A third gold coin of Mercia’, 34 (1965), 8-10
E. Blunt,   Some new Mercian coins: [1] An Offa-Iaenberht die-link’, 29 (1958-59), 8-9, pl.
H. M. Dolley & D. M. Metcalf,   Two stray finds from St. Albans of coins of Offa and of Chalremagne28 (1955-57), 459-66 
Haakon Schetelig ,    ‘A Coin of Offa found in a Viking-Age Burial at Voss, Norway5 (1908), 51-54
W. P. Carlyon-Britton,   A Gold Mancus of Offa, King of Mercia’, 5 (1908), 55-72, 3 pls.

 

 

Light coinage, Dud.
Light coinage, Dud.
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Light Coinage - Eadnoth
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Light coinage - Ealhmund
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Light Coinage - Eoba
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Light Coinage - Heahbeorht
Light Coinage - Heahbeorht
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Light Coinage - Ibba
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New type 9
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Heavy coinage, 792-6, London
Heavy coinage, 792-6, London
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Heavy coinage, Canterbury
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Heavy Coinage - Winenoth
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